Thursday, June 24, 2010

Getting Ready for College...At Last

Hi There! It's been awhile since my last post and I am hoping to fall back into the groove of writing again. It's been another year of growth and learning for me-in my faith, schooling, music, and essentially entire life. Over the past months, seemingly insurmountable obstacles have been conquered, broken hopes and dreams restored, and a resurgence in my faith in Christ as my only hope and redemption has blossomed within me. Soli Deo Gloria.
The chapter in my life entitled "HIGH SCHOOL" is finally finished- including years' worth of writing, re-writing, and editing. Now, as my university education looms ever nearer, I look back at all the many wonderful blessings and memories during the past four years and cherish each with a happiness that seems to grow every day. Truly, the days for me now are bittersweet. It is with joy that I enter college life with many wonderful plans for pursuing music composition, but I also long for the comfort and rest found within the arms of my family. My prayer is that my trust will be rooted firmly in the Lord, and that I will look to Him always.
In two months' time, I shall step on the campus grounds of the University of Miami and (hopefully!) enter an exciting time of my life. My roommate and I are communicating back and forth, eagerly sharing ideas for what to bring, how to prepare, and praying about how we can be shining lights for the Lord while at school!
I hope to post more regularly, and look forward to sharing this journey with you all!

5 comments:

Christel Hutson said...

Dear Kate, Hello, my name is Christel Hutson. Although not well, I do know both your sweet mother, and Rose Lacefield, and love and admire each of them. I just wanted to say good luck in the fall with college! I too have a college age daughter. She attends Murray State University in Murray, Ky. She is studying to become an English liason / communications teacher, and hopes to one day teach English in Saudi Arabia, perhaps a position with the US Embassy. I have listened to your beautiful songs many times. You truly have a gift from God. Here's wishing you all that you deserve in school. May God keep and watch over you in your journey. xoxo Christel

Kate Cabrera said...

Hello Ms.Hutson and thank you so much for your kind reply!It is my pleasure to "meet" you and have the chance to look at your beautiful artwork and expressions of creativity. May God bless you and your family!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Kate dear,

This is a pleasure to meet you. Your mother is my dear, dear friend and she let me know about your blog! You have many wonderful memories to make and the rest of your life to build. I wish you the best of success in your craft and most of all, in your witness of Christ's love to the world. You are all so talented and I know that He will use you to encourage, enchant and uplift others to walk in Him.

Blessings to you always, Anita

Kate Cabrera said...

Hello Ms. Anita! Thank you so very much for your post! I hope you know that you have been an incredible blessing in our lives, both my mother's and my own. You truly are my friend and sister in Christ:)
Warmly,
Kate

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Dearest Kate,
God works in the most creative ways, doesn't He? To think that I met your beautiful mother who I consider my sister through this venue of creativity...and now you are sharing your plans and thoughts here as well. You are such a beautiful girl and you are now going to be off to see the world, and well-prepared have are you. Your parents are some of the most impressive people I have ever seen in action, as they have been grooming you to be the light of the world. My wishes to you for much success as the challenges and victories of school and life come your way. SHINE THOSE TALENTS OF YOURS!!! Anita